How to watch Westfield Matildas in Westfield W-League Round 10
The Melbourne Derby is one of three massive matches in another action-packed Westfield W-League weekend which could see separation between the Finals Series contenders and pretenders.
Before that showpiece match comes Sam Kerr's clash with Ellie Carpenter at Dorrien Gardens, while at Jubilee Stadium we'll discover whether Larissa Crummer, Gema Simon and company can quell Sydney FC's stars.
Get across the broadcast details for your Westfield Matildas favourites with our viewing guide below!
Perth Glory v Canberra United
Thursday, 8.30pm (AEDT)
Perth Glory's 2-1 defeat to Melbourne Victory last time out left them three points off the pace and at risk of slipping out of the top four.
Sam Kerr, held scoreless in that match, will seek to help her team establish a more stable foothold when Canberra United make the trip west on Thursday evening.
Ellie Carpenter played a full 90 minutes for Heather Garriock's side in their 1-1 draw with Brisbane Roar and must be at her best to prevent Canberra from falling victim to a Glory outfit that has netted at least two goals in each of their four home fixtures to date.
How to watch: Tune in to FOX SPORTS 505 in time for kick-off at 8.30pm (AEDT). You can also stream the match via the My Football Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. Viewers outside Australia and New Zealand without a broadcasting rights holder can watch games on the My Football YouTube channel.
Sydney FC v Newcastle Jets
Friday, 5.20pm (AEDT)
Sydney FC and Newcastle Jets both have the opportunity to give their Finals Series hopes a welcome boost live on FOX SPORTS and SBS VICELAND on Friday.
The Sky Blues should be fresh after a two-week break and will expect their strong contingent of Westfield Matildas to step up in a crunch encounter.
Alanna Kennedy could be a decisive factor after she again showcased her staggering free-kick abilities in the recent defeat in Perth, although Jets star Emily van Egmond is an equal threat from distance.
Craig Deans will be pleased to welcome back Larissa Crummer from suspension with her efforts alongside Gema Simon in defence set to have a big say on whether Newcastle breathe life into their faltering top-four bid.
How to watch: Tune in to FOX SPORTS 505 to catch this clash, with kick-off at 5:20pm (AEDT). Alternatively, you can watch the match live and free-to-air on SBS VICELAND. You can also stream the match live on the My Football Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. Viewers outside Australia and New Zealand without a broadcasting rights holder can watch games on the My Football YouTube channel.
Melbourne Victory v Melbourne City
The Melbourne Derby offers up a must-watch conclusion to Round 10 as the ladder leaders receive a real test of their mettle.
The two clubs have swapped fortunes this season with Melbourne Victory, who boast Laura Alleway and Emily Gielnik at either of the pitch, soaring at the summit after overcoming challengers Perth last weekend.
Melbourne City, though, are beginning to look more like the Champions the competition has come to know and fear, reeling off three straight wins to close in on the teams at the top.
Tameka Butt enters the match with two goals in three outings and shapes as perhaps the biggest danger, while Victory will also be wary of Kyah Simon making a timely return after she withdrew from the City side that edged Western Sydney Wanderers 2-1 on New Year's Day.
How to watch: Stream the Melbourne Derby at 4:00pm (AEDT) through the My Football Live App, Live Fast and Data Free for Telstra mobile customers. Viewers outside Australia and New Zealand without a broadcasting rights holder can watch games on the My Football YouTube channel.